Greta Van Susteren is returning to the airwaves after a hiatus.
She was a favorite at FOX News for many years before abruptly leaving the network in 2016.
Now she is going to be on Newsmax at the 6 PM hour.
The Hill reports:
Greta Van Susteren hired by Newsmax
Broadcaster Greta Van Susteren has been hired by Newsmax to serve as an anchor on the network, the outlet announced on Tuesday.
Susteren will debut on June 14 in a new show based in Washington, D.C., titled “The Record with Greta Van Susteren,” which will feature what the network says will be a “solid hour of factual, fair, and independent perspective on the news.”
“With all that is going on in the world, I am getting back to my roots — a daily live news show with real reporting from the places where things are happening,” Van Susteren said in a statement. “I have been friends with [Newsmax CEO] Chris Ruddy for years, and he is giving me this great opportunity to return, giving me the complete freedom to cover the news that really matters to people,” Van Susteren said.
Van Susteren, who has hosted a cable show on each of the three major cable news providers, has most recently been working as a political analyst for Gray Television and hosting a show for Voice of America.
She recently spoke to Eric Bolling, who also moved to Newsmax after being at FOX News. Watch:
Congratulations to Greta!
I am excited to be back w/ a daily live cable show…I hope you think it fair. https://t.co/lIB2vuRokI
— Greta Van Susteren (@greta) May 25, 2022
— Newsmax (@newsmax) May 24, 2022
Here’s some great news! @Greta Van Susteren will be back on the air with her own evening news program on @Newsmax starting June 14. I know so many people have missed her fair & unbiased journalism. She has always been greatly loved by viewers. https://t.co/78FXqEPOa0
— Franklin Graham (@Franklin_Graham) May 24, 2022
She will be a great addition to the Newsmax team.